Take the muda (waste) out of your logistics.
Short lifecycles, global transportation routes and high-value products make logistics management a challenge for OEMs.
Supply chains in the EMS industry are complex and tightly integrated.
With customers and channel partners making increasingly specific requests for product delivery, many OEMs find themselves allocating a significant number of resources to manage logistics for the many moving pieces.
When it comes to logistics, there is a tremendous advantage to working with a provider that can satisfy both your manufacturing and fulfillment needs, and has proven experience across geographies.
For companies like Creation and our OEM customers, our future depends on being able to continue to “produce” in any situation.
When You Have to React, React Quickly.
With 10 manufacturing facilities in 4 countries and an International Procurement Office in Shenzhen, Creation has years of optimizing global transportation for our own materials as well as for our customers’ products.
This intelligence offers you gains in efficiency and improves your distribution lead times. But it also improves your reaction time to changes in the supply chain, which enables you to offer your customers more agile solutions while mitigating your overall risk.
Disastrous events like Hurricane Sandy further underscore the need for strong logistics management and planning to ensure business continuity.
Accessible through any web connection, Creation’s Vision Customer Portal enables you to track product throughout the manufacturing and delivery process.
- Full product traceability and asset tracking from WIP to your end customer
- 24/7 access to supply chain and logistics data through Vision Customer Portal
- Carrier method, class of service, shipment tracking and proof-of-delivery
- On-hand, WIP and in-transit inventory reporting
- Upstream materials planning
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